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Microsoft now adds a new feature to "Your Phone" companion for Windows 10, that can run Android apps installed on your Android mobile. The feature is currently limited to a list of supported phones for a set of users and will roll out soon for others.


Here's everything that you would like to know about the feature, it's availability, supported devices, and the way to run your Android mobile apps on Windows 10 PC.

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Microsoft is working on a new Windows 10 Disk Partition Manager Tool for Windows 10. The tool will be accessible from the Windows 10 Settings app in the future versions of Windows 10. If you are a Windows Insider, having build 20175 installed on your system, this setting is currently hidden behind a config.


If you would like to have an early look at the modern Windows Disk Management UWP Tool, here's we are going to discuss with what are the features currently showing up.

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Microsoft releases a new Windows 10 Preview build (version 20H2) to the insiders in the Beta channel (formerly known as Slow Ring). Surprisingly, the new build 19042.421 gets some new features, which were already released to Dev Channel earlier this month.


If you are excited to know what are the new features coming soon to Windows 10 version 20H2, later this year, you should continue reading further.

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Yesterday, Microsoft released the Windows 10 Insiders Preview Build 20175 to the Dev Channel with few new features for the insiders to try. Along with this, the company also released a new ISO/DVD image for the same preview build as builds older than 20170 is about to expire on July 31.


If you are using an older build, either you can upgrade to the latest Dev build 20170 via Windows Update or perform a clean installation using the latest ISO.

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Microsoft released a new Windows 10 preview build 20161 to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel, formerly known as Fast Ring, and the new build is from Active Development Branch and is not tied to any upcoming Windows 10 release.


Windows 10 insiders preview build 20161 includes a number of notable features, improvements, and fixes to Windows 10. To know more about the changes, continue reading further.

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Two weeks ago Microsoft announced some changes in the Windows Insiders Program and informed that they are transitioning and converting the current Windows Insiders ring model, based on the frequency of builds, to a new channel model.


Now, those changes went live and Microsoft replaced the Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings with Dev, Beta, and Release Preview channels.

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